SILCHESTER Village were forced by pitch conditions to move their home North Hants May Cup semi-final tie to Brighton Hill on Saturday and beat Division Two Chineham 3-0.

Chineham held out for 27 minutes before Silchester's Stephen Burgess broke the deadlock with the only first-half goal.

After the break, Stuart Leddy and Matthew Foreman confirmed Silchester's passage into the final.

Twentyten also reached the final, beating Tadley Calleva Development 4-0.

Both sides different from last season with Tadley including mainly youth players, while Twentyten started with eight of last season's Reserves that finished third in Division Two.

Tadley began well and played some neat passing football.

Right on half-time good play from Dan Hancock and Stephen Bean led to Franklin Spacagna bursting into the box to slam home to give Twentyten the lead.

In the second half, with the game well balanced, Tadley's Bradley Cox was sin-binned and that advantage allowed Twentyten's Jordan Wainwright to travel up the left wing unopposed to neatly shoot into the corner of Tadley's net to make it 2-0.

With Cox still sidelined, the third goal from Hancock and a late Bean goal finished the game 4-0 in the league leaders' favour.

A big factor in the win was Tom Mole and Charlie Hill keeping Tadley’s forwards quiet throughout the game.

The final will be on Wednesday evening March 25 at Whitchurch.

Within the first 10 minutes Overton United Reserves' Louis McCann finished well to give the hosts a 1-0 lead over Division One rivals Hook.

The visitors were on top for the last 20 minutes of the half and continued to press after the break, but it wasn’t until the 86th minute that Hook's Jason Williams equalised from the penalty spot following a foul on Harry Patton.

Then on 90 minutes David Colfer buried Hook's winner, 1-2.

Bottom side Oakridge took the lead against hosts Renegades after 13 minutes through Ollie Owen with a Noah Pratchett assist, remarkable because Oakridge started and played the whole game with only ten players, who worked their socks off throughout.

Charlie Dobson levelled on 22 minutes and made it 2-1 before half-time after Dobson beat the offside trap.

Early in the second half Merson Webb's great volley made it 3-1, Dobson beat offside trap again 4-1. Then Kenny Tyce picked out Richard Reece 5-1, Matt Baker assisted Reece to 6-1, and sub Paul Gadesden fired into the roof of the net as Oakridge tired and out of luck with Sam Trodd hitting bar and post. The Renegades' midfield of Matt Baker, Ash Burchett and Tyce powered the 7-1 victory.

Overton United A won their Division Two game at AFC Berg Reserves 6-1.

Leading 1-0 at the break after Nathan Rae netted Andrew Bulloch's cross. Paul Bennett levelled for Berg at the start of the second half but Andrew Tottman converted Paul Roffey's pass 2-1, Samie Aldoori set up Steve Caswell to score from distance, Aldoori assisted Tottman's second and, finally, Aldoori set up Bulloch to score.

Warnborough started to attack from the off at CK Andover and within a minute Bailey Craig was brought down in Andover’s area, Liam Cook netting from the penalty.

The game was fairly even with both defences cancelling out attacks, although Liam Self could’ve made it 2-0 when played through on goal by Craig, only to shoot straight at the goalkeeper.

The Boro defence of Thomas Coglan, Jack Pine, Cook and Luke Ratcliffe, coupled with good saves from Reece Emery, kept Warnborough ahead until the 30th minute, when a Warnborough defender stumbled and allowed Andover's Connor Mumford through to score.

Ten minutes later the Andover keeper James Phillips was sent off for handling a ball over the top.

Warnborough pressed a deep Andover, who defended exceptionally well. Despite dominating, Warnborough couldn’t find a breakthrough, but a mistake on 80 minutes allowed Mumford to complete his brace for Andover.

Warnborough pressed aggressively for the last ten, wild shots from many Warnborough players, including Khalil Bentaleb, whose shot headed for the corner flag.

Warnborough won a series of corners, Craig had a chance cleared off the line, even Emery came upfield to join in, leaving an open goal — somehow Andover broke clear only to miss an empty goal, but 2-1 was enough.

Paul Hamblin netted for Tidworth Town as they lost 1-2 to Basingstoke Athletic, Matt Dean and Sean Baggett netting for the visitors.

This Saturday fixtures are Peter Raynbird Cup semi-final: Renegades v Tadley Calleva Development.

Division 1: Oakridge v Hook, Silchester Village v Twentyten.

Division 2: AFC Berg Res v Herriard, CK Andover v AFC Aldermaston Development, North Warnborough v Basingstoke Ath, Overton Utd A v Chineham, Tidworth Town v Renegades Res.